The foreign ladies camped out at my house. They even decorated my house, including special ornaments; like sweaty bras hung to dry. I joked with the Haitian pastors that I would give them the easy job, of hosting the 100 Haitian ladies, and I would do the hard job of hosting the 6 foreigners. It was a challenging and fun time at the bachelor pad.
James Having Lunch With The Woman's Team
The second and shorter, smaller team was made up of Mike and Linwood from Virginia. They came to visit with me this past weekend. The hospital provided transportation out to HAS and back to Port-au-Prince again, taking an additional responsibility off of my hands. They arrived on Friday evening, and left this morning. On Saturday they helped me weld my winch bracket back in place that had broken while getting unstuck during the ladies team after a big truck ran me into the ditch. While I was welding the bracket back in place, I accidentally struck the radiator with the back of the welding torch, where the plastic insulation was broken off. This burn a whole in the radiator and the water leaked out. We soldered it the best we could, and then put a JB Weld blow-out patch over the hole. It held together for going to show films that night, and will hopefully last many more miles too. On Sunday we went to the local church, rested and went swimming in the hospital pool. In my opinion it's still a little too cold for swimming, but they thought it was perfect temperature!
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